While playing with Actions, I wrote a simple .Net code that invoked the execution of an Action:
slick_CustomActionsTestRequest request = new slick_CustomActionsTestRequest()
BoolInArgument = true,
DateTimeInArgument = DateTime.Now,
DecimalInArgument = decimal.Zero
slick_CustomActionsTestResponse response = service.Execute(request) as slick_CustomActionsTestResponse;
During testing, I got a really weird and unclear error – “Object reference not set to an instance of an object.”:
I believe that almost every developer for Dynamics CRM has faced a scenario where he/she had to invoke some complex logic on a server side, pass parameters and receive a response back. Before CRM 2013, we used workarounds similar to this one. When Dynamics CRM 2013 was released, we got a solution that would not …
In the current project I’m working on, I have to update Latitude/Longitude fields of all account records based on their addresses. I’ve done similar tasks several times before, but this time I decided to create an SSIS package that could be reused in future projects. So in this article I will share with my results …
I got a requirement from one of my clients to create a customer portal. It was my first experience with portals, so I decided not to build a custom website but to install and configure Customer Portal. I won’t explain how to install and configure this solution – it is well described. Once it was …
Today I had a task to cancel about 25k instances of the same workflow. Of course it was possible to create Advanced Find View and go through 100 pages cancelling all workflows on the page. But I’m too lazy and I know C# to do that manually.
I have already wrote similar article using SSIS 2008. Following article describes how to use the same functionality using new version of SSIS.
Following article describes general steps to use web services of Reporting Services.
Yesterday well-known MVP Tanguy Touzard, author of amazing tools for Dynamics CRM 4.0/2011 asked about CallerOrigin property in plugins for Dynamics CRM 2011. This property worked for CRM 4.0 and returned the source of plugin invocation (Application, AsyncService or WebService). I and Gayan suggested to use HttpContext class from System.Web namespace to check source. Today …
I had scenario when my plugin based on some condition had to send an email. I developed plugin, deployed it to server and during the testing I have got quite strange error:
Unfortunately at the moment it is impossible to import Marketing Lists Members to CRM with out-of-box import. My friend, former MVP and employee of Microsoft Artem Grunin provided good approach how to eliminate this problem with small customizations and plugin.